Governor Quinn says he won’t rush to sign the concealed carry bill. He has until July 9th to take action on the bill, and he says he’s doing a thorough review of the measure. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have called on Quinn to sign the bill because nearly ten counties in Illinois have already given their residents the right to carry a gun in public, if they have a FOID card. Lawmakers say it sets people up to break the law with just some counties giving people they’re second amendment rights and others not following suit. They say the state needs one uniform law so people in all areas know what to expect as they travel from place to place.